Featured Sites (Toledo Edition)
A number of Toledo bloggers have linked to me under the heading of "Toledo Blogs," which I found quite surprising, as I live and work in Cleveland. I did, however, live in the Toledo metropolitan area for four years while attending the university that fired Jim Larranaga, so I guess that qualifies me as a Toledo blogger.
Michael Brooks' blog, HistoryMike's Musings, features "essays, news, and commentary from a Midwestern freelance writer, editor, and historian." Mr. Brooks also writes for the Toledo Free Press.
KrazyKat has two new blogs: Toledo Speaks Out, "a place where you can be heard, in your own words, in your own way," and Toledo Speaks Out - Profiles, in which KrazyKat showcases "people, places and business in Toledo and surrounding communities."
Victim of Justice is a site dedicated to "Danny Brown's struggle to reclaim his name." In 1982, Mr. Brown was convicted of a rape and murder he didn't commit. He was freed by DNA evidence after 19 years, but the Lucas County Prosecutor's Office refuses to retry or exonerate him. Anyone who wants to help Mr. Brown can find Lucas County Prosecutor Julia Bates' contact information here.
Thanks to the above Toledo bloggers for linking to me, and for considering me one of their own.